Rain’s performances canceled and new album delayed due to the Cheonan tragedy.

Rain’s special mini-album Back To The Basic, scheduled for release on April 1st, is being delayed until April 7th out of respect for the community-wide mourning of the Cheonan navel ship tragedy.  Many television music programs set for this week have cancelled in the face of this terrible event, which means that Rain’s B2TB performance on Mnet’s M Countdown (April 1st) is delayed as well.  His Music Bank performance (April 2nd), Music Center performance (April 3rd), and Popular Song performance (April 4th) are also expected to be delayed, but there is no confirmation of that as of yet.

(Thanks to Benamoo / rain bird @Rain-eu. and cuckoo @RainLegend for this information per J.Tune’s announcement.)

» You can read the latest CNN report on the sinking of the Cheonan HERE.

» Allkpop’s article Rain Delays His Comeback is HERE.

Please pray for the families affected, the many souls that are lost, and for the missing to be found.  — Stephe ^@@^

~ by Cloud USA on March 31, 2010.

2 Responses to “Rain’s performances canceled and new album delayed due to the Cheonan tragedy.”

  1. […] And remember, the Back To The Basic album release has been delayed until April 7th.  » Our earlier post about that delay is HERE. […]

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  2. omg what an awful thing to happen, hope they find all that are missing. i have waited this long, a few more day’s won’t matter. i think they did the right thing by delaying it.

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